Akitio Thunder2Quad External Storage Device has Thunderbolt 2 connectivity

Akitio is a company that makes a wide range of storage devices and it has announced a new product this week. The new product is called the Akitio Thunder2Quad and it is a quad bay external storage solution. The device connects to computers via a Thunderbolt 2 port for the fastest data transfer possible. Akitio equips it with two ports so that users can daisy chain the device with other Thunderbolt 2 products like displays.


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Logitech K830 Home Entertainment Keyboard Announced (Video)

Logitech has announced the launch of a new home entertainment keyboard, the Logitech K830, which is designed to be used in the day and night time.

The Logitech K830 comes with backlit keys for use in the evening, and it will work up to 33 feet from your connected device, it also features a built in rechargeable battery that will give you up to 10 days of usage.

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Habey HIO Project ARM board For Makers Unveiled For $100

Habey has this week taken the wraps off its new HIO Project ARM board which it has specifically designed for the Maker, hobbyist and independent developer market, after predominantly creating small form factor fanless computer systems for industrial use in the past.

The new HIO Project ARM board is a modular computer board that is powered by the choice of either a Freescale i.MX6 ARM Cortex-A9 dual or quad-core processor supported by 1GB of RAM and 4GB of built-in storage.

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AMD Radeon R9 295X2 Graphics Card Launches April 21st For $1,500

AMD has today announced the launch date for the new AMD Radeon R9 295X2 graphics card that will be launching on April 21st for $1500 offering two Hawaii XT cores 5632 stream processors, 352 TMUs and 128 ROPs.

The AMD Radeon R9 295X2 is equipped with a massive 8GB of GDDR5 memory clocked at 1250 MHz (5GHz effective) and is fitted with a dedicated cooling solution complete with fan and liquid cooling system.


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Raspberry Pi Compute Module Lets You Design Your Own PC

The Raspberry Pi Foundation responsible for creating the range of Raspberry Pi mini PCs that are available to purchase for around $35. Has this week announced the launch of a new mini computer device that takes the technology even smaller in the form of the Raspberry Pi Compute Module that is aimed at business and industrial users.

The new Raspberry Pi Compute Module contains the similar tech to that included with the Raspberry Pi including the BCM2835 processor and 512Mbyte of RAM as well as a 4 Gbyte eMMC Flash device equivalent of the SD card in the Pi.

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Digital Storm Unveiled New Gaming Laptops With NVDIA Graphics

Digital Storm has unveiled a new range of upgraded gaming laptops which they have equipped with Nvidia graphics to provide gamers with an immersive gaming experience wherever they might be.

Prices for the new range of Digital Storm gaming laptops start from $1,196 and are equipped with high-performance mobile components that are on par with most desktop computers.

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Seagate Unveils Enterprise Capacity 3.5 HDD v4 The Worlds Fastest 6TB HDD

Seagate has this week unveiled a new large capacity hard disk drive which it has aptly named the Seagate Enterprise Capacity 3.5 HDD v4.

Which it claims to be the world’s fastest 6 TB HDD which has an operating speed of 7200 rpm making the new hard drive around 25% faster than any other tribes currently competing with it on the market.

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Intel Sharks Cove Windows Development Board Unveiled

Windows developers might be interested in a new Windows-compatible dev board called the Intel Sharks Cove, which has been unveiled this week by Microsoft.

Who has announced a new initiative to develop a range of boards with partners such as Intel to enable programmers to test window applications in the same way that Android or embedded Linux applications can be tested by developers on boards that are compatible with those platforms.

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HDMIPi Raspberry Pi HD LCD Screen First Beta Hardware Unveiled

Some of our readers might remember the Kickstarter funded HDMIPi Raspberry Pi HD LCD Screen which initially set out to raise £55,000 and finished raising over £250,000 to help it create an affordable small HD widescreen specifically designed to be connected to a Raspberry Pi mini PC.

The Kickstarter campaign finished at the end of November 2013 and since then its creators have been working feverishly to get the project back on track after it missed its February 2014 shipping date.


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Intel Braswell Processors Unveiled For Budget Laptops

Intel has today announced the launch of two new processors to its range in the form of the Intel Braswell CPU which has been specifically designed to power budget laptop systems.

The new Intel Braswell CPU is based on a 14 nanometer design and will be available as a low-power, low-cost alternative to the current fifth-generation Core processors called Broadwell.

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Novena Open Hardware Laptop Now Available To Purchase

If you have fancied building your very own laptop rather than purchasing one from the variety of manufacturers currently touting their wares. You might be interested in a new crowd funding campaign which has started for the Novena open hardware laptop.

The Novena open hardware laptop has been developed by Bunnie Huang and Sean Cross over the past few years and has been designed to allow those people that may not have the open hardware skills or facilities to build an open source laptop from scratch.

Novena Open Hardware Laptop

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MetaWear Helps You Creates Wearable Tech In 30 Minutes Or Less (video)

Anyone who enjoys building electronic devices that might be considering making some wearable technology, adding to the currently available smartwatches, wristbands and jewellery that is already available.

Might be interested in a new tiny Bluetooth module called MetaWear which is available to purchase for $30 and is capable of helping you create wearable tech within 30 minutes, say its creators.


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